Founded in 1840 by James and John Grant, descendants of a family of smugglers, it was for years the third most productive distillery, after Glenfiddich and Macallan. With a long line of owners, in 1952/53 he joined and joined Glenlivet to form Glenlivet & Glen Grant Distilleries Ltd. After other groups, he joined the Chivas Group of Seagrams in 1978 which was then bought by Diageo and Pernord Ricard who had to divide the distilleries present. It has been owned by Campari since 2006. Curiosity: it is among the very few distilleries that still bears the name of a founder. Before the introduction of coloring, Glen Grant liked to define himself as “a pale whiskey with a colorful history”. The light-weight character is said to come from its exceptionally tall stills with a purifier on top.
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